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I have a 20ga. right now that I really like. I have about 600 rounds through it without a problem.

I was in Academy in Arlington, TX, and the have a 12ga. with some pretty good wood. Better than what is on my 20.

So talk me out of it...It problably kicks too hard, or something like that.

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Yeah, you really don't need another shotgun. :cry: What does "need" have to do with it.

It is made by one of those foreign companies - stick to American. :x Oh, those are mostly made overseas now.

The wife needs new shoes - :shock: yeah, right!

There you go - I gave you both sides of each argument.

BUY the gun!!!!! :D

Enjoy the new shotgun!!
 

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Buy the gun. You will regret it if you don't. Think of all the sleep you will loose thinking about it. You will sleep like a baby just knowing it's in your safe.
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ahhhhh just go for it....everyone needs a matching set....I'm the opposite of you...got a 12ga and now I want the 20ga!!!
 

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I started with the 20ga and then bought the 12ga, which I haven't shot yet. All I did was go back to Academy to buy some of that cheap Federal $2.39 box ammo! :shock: and lo and behold there was that purty Yildiz settin' there in the rack callin' my name. Three opened boxes later to compare all they had, I was walking out with a new Yildiz and a couple of Briley tubes! :shock: ... I say go for it.. It you hesitate too long, you will go back only to find some other guy holding your gun about to pay for it! But, on the flip side, that WOULD give a story to tell your grandkids one day about the one that got away! :oops: lol
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I went and shot a friends 12ga. O/U. Nice gun, light, very good wood. It was a "B" gun, about 3x the price of a Yildiz.

Kicked hard with field loads, and not something I would shoot 200-300 rounds in an afternoon.

I don't get to shoot that often, and when I do, I'll shoot a few hundred or more in an afternoon. It didn't seem like fun.

On the other hand, I had to PRY his hands off my Yildiz 20ga.

I may still get the 12, but I'll get a Limbsaver at the same time.
 
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